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Wholeness and Healing at Norfolk Broads churches

4th May 2018
TonyRothe, Network East Norfolk, reports


DEBORAH HAMILTON-GREY

A series of monthly ‘Wholeness and Healing’ services at Broadland churches is starting this month in Ludham
 



A group of four parishes in the Norfolk Broads, Catfield, Hickling, Ludham, and Potter Heigham, which comprise the Waterside Benefice is developing many new ways of reaching out to the surrounding community
 
One of these is ‘Wholeness and Healing’ services which will start on Sunday May 13 at St Catherine’s Church in Ludham. The evening will be a time to be open and surrender to the healing power of God, surrounded in love, prayer, and peace
 
Starting at 6.00pm with a time of coffee and chatting with friends leading in to a praise service at 6.30pm with an opportunity for individual prayer for healing and wholeness. This evening of prayer and praise is set to be a regular monthly event in the Waterside Benefice
 
WHOLENESSHEALING 2018Rector Revd Deborah Hamilton-Grey, pictured above, said “The four churches of the Waterside Group Benefice are committed to providing a welcome to all members of the community and to our many visitors. We do this through prayer, visible witness and practical involvement in our individual parishes and in our community. The Waterside Group has a deep desire to show the grace of God in its community, guided by the example of Jesus Christ. We are a church that welcomes all people, whatever their age, background or beliefs. A warm welcome awaits all”
 
The photo of Revd Deborah Hamilton-Grey is courtesy of  www.watersidegroup.org.uk

 


 

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